New Revenue Commissioner appointed

Niall Cody has been appointed to succeed recently retired Michael O’Grady as Revenue Commissioner.

31st January, 2012

Niall Cody has been appointed to succeed recently retired Michael O’Grady as Revenue Commissioner.

Cody has been an assistant secretary in Revenue since 2007 with responsibility for the indirect taxes division, the Dublin region and most recently, the planning division.

The salary for the position is €180,000 and the appointment is for a period of seven years. It may be renewed for a further period or for periods but there is no entitlement to...

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